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Burren Display Centre, Kilfenora

"A Walk through time"
The Burren Display Centre (Brú na Bóirne) has a new design which will bring to life the dramatic and fascinating story of the Burren through models, slides, artifacts and information. Admission charge.

Gregan Castle, near Ballyvaughan

An occupied tower house part dated from the 13th century, originally owned by the O'Loughlin-Martin family. It was restored in 1940s preserving its existing fabric but adapted for the 21st century. There are 10 acres of woodland in the grounds.


National Aquarium of Ireland, Salthill, Galway
Presents a comprehensive view of the world of water through clear and interesting displays, informed helpful staff and exciting live presentations.

Lahinch Sealife and Leisure Centre

See and experience the underwater life of Clare's Atlantic Coastline - sharks, rays and conger eels can all be viewed in a giant aquarium. A leisure centre forms part of Seaworld complete with a 25m indoor swimming pool, kidies pool, sauna, jacuzzi, sea-view cafe, souvenir and beach shop. Separate childrens play area.

The Riches of Clare, Clare Museum, Ennis

Clare is a remarkable county and the story of its people stretches from 6000 years ago to the present. Its incredible history is excitingly captured at 'The Riches of Clare', Clare Museum. Beautifully displayed artifacts, original works of art, enthralling audio-visual and interactive experiences, and drama images all combine to provide a glimpse into the rich history and heritage of Clare. Open all year round, admission charge.

Royal Tara China, Galway

Tara Hall is a historic 17th century mansion, only minutes from Galway City centre. Free guided factory tours.

Newtown Castle, Ballyvaughan

A distinctive 6th century fortified tower house built originally for a branch of the O'Brien's. The first three floors exhibit many defensive features such as narrow slit windows, gun loops and murder holes. Open daily.

The Burren Perfumery and Floral Centre

Ireland's oldest perfumery Shop, outstanding audio visual and photographic exhibition.

The Liscannor Stone & Rock Shop

Liscannor Stone is the name given to a variety of 300 million year old flagstones and sandstones that are risen from the lands around the Cliffs of Moher and Liscannor on the Western Atlantic sea-board of Co. Clare. The stone bears the fossil tracks of Marine animals thar lived millions of years ago. The Visitors Centre includes: an audio-visual display that highlights the fascinating history of Liscannor stone and the 'Rock Shop' which displays precious and semi-precious stones from Ireland and all over the world. Almost everyone of the Earth's natural treasures is on sale here.


Info on Local Activities,
Walking, Watersports, Fishing, Golf and Cycling etc...

Regional Info

A quick tour of Clare
and South Galway, with maps and useful information...


A guide to some of the Local Attractions. Check out what there is to offer...


All sorts of Festivals, for every age and taste...


An area steeped in Heritage and Folklore. (A short guide)

Photo Gallery

A Gallery of Photos to wet your Appetite...


Maps and further info about getting here...


Links of interest both local and National...


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